To Speak or Not to Speak Italian
Addressing the Italian language is a job that offers great rewards. A phrase or word you hear a couple of times, and then have to decide yourself, can really get a lift. It starts right here – with greetings, ordering food, how to ask for directions …
These little phrases that you share with each other, are very important in Italy.
Each day provides an opportunity to practice your Italian, because English is not really spoken as a second language. Often, people in a committed way help to explain what something is called, how to use a verb, or perhaps talk about themselves and their surroundings.
Here we want to collect links to sites that can help in the study of the Italian language. We also have information on language schools in the area. Do you know of something that you think should be included here, please share with us.
Scuola di Italiano Il Sasso in Montepulciano
Scuola di Italiano in Montepulciano
Università per Stranieri, Perugia
Perugia is the capital city of Umbria and has a university. It bustles with student life, cafes and culture. Università per Stranieri have many different courses in Italian for foreigners. Università per stranieri.